|Campus Master Plan Overview|
Marist School’s Campus Master Plan is a key outcome of the school’s long-range strategic plan, Vision 2020
. The writing of the strategic plan was a multi-year collaborative effort that included all Marist stakeholders—
faculty, staff, parents, students, alumni, and board of trustees and it addresses every facet of the school.
The Campus Master Plan provides the road map necessary to enact the school's vision of becoming a model for Catholic secondary education. Designed to complete what the Marists began when they moved to the Ashford Dunwoody campus in 1962, the Campus Master Plan will have a lasting impact on the educational experience of every Marist student for generations to come.
Projects outlined in the Campus Master Plan have been divided into phases, which will dramatically enhance the current campus over the next decade. Marist School is currently in Phase One of this multi-year effort, which is being funded by the $35 million capital campaign, The Way. The Hope. The Promise.Click below for an interactive map and images of our progress.
|Campus Master Plan Key Features Include:
- Classroom space will increase by 40 percent.
- Faculty office space will nearly double.
- Whitehead Cafeteria seating will double, allowing for two lunch periods instead of three.
- Fine arts space will increase by 150 percent.
- Construction will be LEED-qualified, energy-efficient, and earth-friendly, which is in keeping with the values of the Society of Mary.
- All projects will be designed to preserve the maximum amount of green space for our school and the community.
Campus Master Plan Key Dates
June 2013 - June 2014
Demolition of Kuhrt Gymnasium and construction of Ivy Street Center
Exterior refurbishment of St. Peter Chanel Hall
Partial interior refurbishment of St. Peter Chanel Hall and construction in the Arcade Dining Area
Remaining refurbishment of St. Peter Chanel Hall